Date: Sat, 22 Sep 2007 20:08:12 -0400
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From: Bobzarem Bellsouth net <bobzarem@BELLSOUTH.NET>
Subject: Philadelphia Vireo at Carter's Lake
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Deb and I hit the Hidden Pond trail at Carter's Lake this afternoon after
birding Kennesaw in the morning with the AAS group. We found our FOTS
Philadelphia Vireo along the trail about 100 yards from the parking lot.
It was pretty quiet bird-wise there in the afternoon but we did have a few
vireos and warblers. The wildflowers were blooming every where though and
there were incredible numbers of Pipevine Swallowtails, Monarchs, Viceroys
and many other butterflies.. It was very cool. We checked the reereg lake
and only found one Common Loon out on the lake and a bunch of Yellow and
Palm Warblers. A quick pass of the sod farms in Bartow did not turn up
too much other than Pectoral Sandpiper and Lesser Yellowlegs. The best bird
was a Merlin along Brandon Farm Road.
Bob & Deb Zaremba
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